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Solar Clients Enjoy High Annual Gain

In many ways, your solar energy system is a financial product -one that is capable of generating annual returns ranging anywhere from 10 percent to more than 30 percent. The average Offset Solar customer pays off their solar purchase in just seven to eight years and earns a strong solar ROI by receiving free electricity for the remainder of their solar panel system's 25+ year lifespan.

You can calculate your annual returns by dividing the financial benefits you receive each year by your initial investment in your solar power system. Many factors can impact your solar panel ROI, including:

Electricity Rates: How high are your current electric bills? This determines your savings over the life of your system. The higher your rates, the more you can save with solar.

Financial Incentives: Are there local or state tax programs or rebates in your area that encourage solar adoption? Are you a business or other organization that can take advantage of depreciation tax benefits, including accelerated depreciation? Larger incentives mean lower upfront costs and a shorter payback period.

Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs): Does your state or utility have a market where you can sell the SRECs associated with your solar energy system's electricity? What kind of income can you earn by selling these SRECs? New income from SRECs will help you reach the break even point even faster.

Cost: Did you compare your options to find the right price? Were you able to take advantage of rebates and tax incentives that offset the cost of your installation? Lower costs mean a shorter payback period.

Technology: How efficient is your system, i.e. is it producing electricity at optimal levels? A more efficient system will offset a greater percentage of your monthly electric bill.

Property Characteristics: How sunny is it where you are? The amount of sun your property recieves will effect your output level.

Property Value Increases: How much does the value of your property increase when you install a solar panel system? Solar panel system ownership tends to increase your property resale value, while third party ownership (e.g. leasing) does not.

Sourced From Energysage

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Eliminate Electric Bills
Earn Great Returns
Avoid Utility Inflation
Increased Home Equity
US Energy Independence
Create Jobs
Protect the Environment

    Multiple studies have shown that homes with solar panel systems are valued and sold at prices above similar homes in their area. They also tend to sell twice as fast as the competition.

    Early studies focused on established solar markets such as California found that home values increase by four percent or more when homes are equipped with solar panels.

    Multiple studies have shown that homes with solar panel systems are valued and sold at prices above similar homes in their area. They also tend to sell twice as fast as the competition.

    Early studies focused on established solar markets such as California found that home values increase by four percent or more when homes are equipped with solar panels. For a standard 6-kilowatt solar PV system, this means that solar can add $24,000 to your home's resale value.

    Many of the same factors that drive your overall financial returns also drive increases in property values. Not surprisingly, the largest increases are in areas where electricity rates are high and strong solar incentive programs exist. All of this is great news for property owners with solar PV systems: they not only recoup the initial cost of their systems when they sell, but also receive a premium that will increase their returns on their investment.

    Recognizing that solar power systems add value to a property, the real estate industry is working to create more sophisticated methods for accurately determining the market value of solar, as well as the financial value of properties equipped with solar power systems.

Can your property value increase if you lease your solar panels?

    Installing solar panels on your home can increase its value, but only if you own the system. Most studies about solar and home values focus exclusively on owned solar energy systems.

Enjoy the Returns on Investment

Solar Clients Enjoy High Annual Gain

In many ways, your solar energy system is a financial product—one that is capable of generating annual returns ranging anywhere from 10 percent to more than 30 percent. The average Offset Solar customer pays off their solar purchase in just seven to eight years and earns a strong solar ROI by receiving free electricity for the remainder of their solar panel system's 25+ year lifespan.

You can calculate your annual returns by dividing the financial benefits you receive each year by your initial investment in your solar power system. Many factors can impact your solar panel ROI, including:

Electricity Rates: How high are your current electric bills? This determines your savings over the life of your system. The higher your rates, the more you can save with solar.

Financial Incentives: Are there local or state tax programs or rebates in your area that encourage solar adoption? Are you a business or other organization that can take advantage of depreciation tax benefits, including accelerated depreciation? Larger incentives mean lower upfront costs and a shorter payback period.

Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs): Does your state or utility have a market where you can sell the SRECs associated with your solar energy system's electricity? What kind of income can you earn by selling these SRECs? New income from SRECs will help you reach the break even point even faster.

Cost: Did you compare your options to find the right price? Were you able to take advantage of rebates and tax incentives that offset the cost of your installation? Lower costs mean a shorter payback period.

Technology: How efficient is your system, i.e. is it producing electricity at optimal levels? A more efficient system will offset a greater percentage of your monthly electric bill.

Property Characteristics: How sunny is it where you are? The amount of sun your property recieves will effect your output level.

Property Value Increases: How much does the value of your property increase when you install a solar panel system? Solar panel system ownership tends to increase your property resale value, while third party ownership (e.g. leasing) does not.

Sourced From Energysage

  Interested in a Free Sun Analysis?
    Request a sun analysis to get a true cost quote for your home.

LEARN ABOUT SOLAR


Eliminate Electric Bills
Earn Great Returns
Avoid Utility Inflation
Increased Home Equity
US Energy Independence
Create Jobs
Protect the Environment

    Multiple studies have shown that homes with solar panel systems are valued and sold at prices above similar homes in their area. They also tend to sell twice as fast as the competition.

    Early studies focused on established solar markets such as California found that home values increase by four percent or more when homes are equipped with solar panels.

     

In many ways, your solar power system is a financial product-- one that is capable of generating annual returns ranging anywhere from 10 percent to more than 30 percent. The average Offset Solar customer pays off their solar purchase in just seven to eight years and earns a strong solar ROI, receiving free electricity for the remainder of their solar panel system's 25+ year lifespan.

You can calculate your annual returns by dividing the financial benefits you receive each year by your initial investment in your solar power system. Many factors can impact your solar panel ROI, including:

Electricity Rates: How high are your current electric bills? This determines your savings over the life of your system. The higher your rates, the more you can save with solar.

Financial Incentives: Are there local or state tax programs or rebates in your area that encourage solar adoption? Are you a business or other organization that can take advantage of depreciation tax benefits, including accelerated depreciation? Higher incentives mean lower upfront costs and a shorter payback period.

Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs): Does your state or utility have a market where you can sell the SRECs associated with your solar energy system's electricity? What kind of income can you earn by selling these SRECs? New income from SRECs will help you break even on your solar investment more quickly.

Cost: Did you compare your options to find the right price? Were you able to take advantage of rebates and tax incentives that offset the cost of your installation? Lower costs mean a shorter payback period.

Technology: How efficient is your system, i.e. is it producing electricity at optimal levels? A more efficient system will offset a greater percentage of your monthly electric bill.

Property Characteristics: How sunny is it where you are? All of these factors can affect your production levels.

Property Value Increases: How much does the value of your property increase when you install a solar panel system? Solar panel system ownership tends to increase your property resale value, while third party ownership (e.g. leasing) does not.

   

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Solar Clients Enjoy High Annual Gain

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In many ways, your solar power system is a financial product-- one that is capable of generating annual returns ranging anywhere from 10 percent to more than 30 percent. The average Offset Solar customer pays off their solar purchase in just seven to eight years and earns a strong solar ROI, receiving free electricity for the remainder of their solar panel system's 25+ year lifespan.

You can calculate your annual returns by dividing the financial benefits you receive each year by your initial investment in your solar power system. Many factors can impact your solar panel ROI, including:
 

Electricity Rates: How high are your current electric bills? This determines your savings over the life of your system. The higher your rates, the more you can save with solar.

Financial Incentives: Are there local or state tax programs or rebates in your area that encourage solar adoption? Are you a business or other organization that can take advantage of depreciation tax benefits, including accelerated depreciation? Higher incentives mean lower upfront costs and a shorter payback period.

Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs): Does your state or utility have a market where you can sell the SRECs associated with your solar energy system's electricity? What kind of income can you earn by selling these SRECs? New income from SRECs will help you reach the break even point even faster.

Cost: Did you compare your options to find the right price? Were you able to take advantage of rebates and tax incentives that offset the cost of your installation? Lower costs mean a shorter payback period.

Technology: How efficient is your system, i.e. is it producing electricity at optimal levels? A more efficient system will offset a greater percentage of your monthly electric bill.

Property Characteristics: How sunny is it where you are? The amount of sun your property recieves will effect your output level.

Property Value Increases: How much does the value of your property increase when you install a solar panel system? Solar panel system ownership tends to increase your property resale value, while third party ownership (e.g. leasing) does not.

Sourced From Energysage

  Interested in a Free Sun Analysis?
    Request a sun analysis to get a true cost quote.


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